A United Nations Children's Fund list of developed countries with the highest levels of child well-being ranks the U.S. 26th out of 29. The Netherlands topped the list and was followed by four other Nordic nations. The report card said the U.S. has problems with high rates of teenage births but was one of only two countries where more than 25% of children got an hour of exercise each day.
UNICEF report card ranks U.S. low in child well-being
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